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Itachi Mangekyo Sclera Lenses USA from Naruto

Itachi Mangekyo Sharingan Naruto Sclera Contacts (pair with 12 month lifespan)

22mm sclera contact lenses which entirely cover the sclera and iris.

 

Itachi Uchiha (うちはイタチ, Uchiha Itachi) was a prodigy of Konohagakure's Uchiha clan that served as an Anbu Captain. He later became an international criminal after murdering his entire clan, sparing only his younger brother, Sasuke. He afterwards joined the international criminal organisation known as Akatsuki, whose activity brought him into frequent conflict with Konoha and its ninja — including Sasuke — who sought to avenge their clan by killing Itachi. Following his death, Itachi's motives were revealed to be more complicated than they seemed and that his actions were only ever in the interest of his brother and village, remaining a loyal shinobi of Konohagakure to the very end.

 

Part of our Naruto line based on the popular Manga series. It is the perfect finishing touch to a great Cosplay outfit.

 

The center of these contact lenses are clear meaning no vision obstruction and you can see through them clearly.

 

Purchase Includes:

- Pair of 22mm Naruto sclera contacts (2 lenses)

- A contact lenses storage case

 

Delivery will be by USPS or Royal Mail, dispatched worldwide the next working day including to the USA, Europe, UK, Australia, Canada etc (see shipping for more information).

 

Be sure to read the Wear and Care guide before using these contacts. It also includes details of these contacts, including tips on how to put them in.

Itachi Mangekyo - Naruto

$69.99Price
  • Itachi - Naruto Sclera contact lenses

    - Diameter: 22mm

    - No obstruction of vision

    - PWR (Not applicable)

    - BC 9.0

    - Cost is for 2 contact lenses (1 Pair) + Storage Case + Free White 14.2mm Contacts (max 1 pair per order)

    - Can be used for up to 12 months from opening (assuming careful storage and handling). We recommend more regular replacements if worn frequently.

     

    Please note that sclera contacts are not medical devices.

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